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Historic Army Training Post

Members of the 10th Mountain Division trained here prior to WW II. Several members of the 10th... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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What a great experience! From Florida and first time atving in Colorado -- Nova Guides did not... read more

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Built in 1942 as a training camp for a WWII army force, this campsite is now home to Camp Jeep.
Vail, CO
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Members of the 10th Mountain Division trained here prior to WW II. Several members of the 10th Mountain Division, returned to the Vail valley post-war to create the Vail ski resort that is known world-wide today.

Thank MIT629
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a great experience! From Florida and first time atving in Colorado -- Nova Guides did not disappoint! They picked us up, took us to Camp Hale, explained everything from safety to what to expect, took us on a guided tour with 2 quads and...More

Thank Todd V
Reviewed 12 July 2018

Located 16 miles north of Leadville, just below Tennessee Pass, the Camp Hale site occupies a high mountain valley in the Colorado Rockies. Rock climbing, mountain biking, ATV and snowmobile trails radiate in all directions. There are a series of remote huts that you can...More

Thank Steven P
Reviewed 4 July 2018

The CO mountains have so many attachments to the 10th Mountain Div. The history and training the men went through is amazing. We drove our RZR from Shrine Pass to the camp, a beautiful ride.

Thank FLBluerunner
Reviewed 25 June 2018

If you love history...especially WWII History then visit the 10th Mountain Ski and Snowboard museum in Vail and drive out to Camp Hale!

Thank Smiller5704
Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile

We stayed in Vail, Colorado and our company created a memorable experience for us at Camp Hale. The drive over was a little hairy and not for the faint at heart, But it was well worth the trip. The views are incredible. We had a...More

Thank rwebb65
Reviewed 4 June 2018

Dis a jeep scanvenger hunt and saw a lot of nice scenery. Also found the history of this ex milatary base interesting. Make sure jeep is mechanically sound and has seat belts. Bring a dust mask or cloth as it does get dusty.

Thank SoilDoctor
Reviewed 22 November 2017

Camp Hale was the training ground for the 10th Mountain Division during WWII from 1942-45. You would have to be there in the winter to feel the conditions they went through on those steep mountains in deep snow. But it prepared the soldiers for their...More

1  Thank Paul D
Reviewed 13 November 2017

An elite mountain ski division trained here before moving to upstate New York years ago. The barracks are gone but the mountains and the rock climbing walls are there. The views are spectacular.

Thank wmlifsey
Reviewed 25 September 2017

I went for a wedding this past weekend and it was an amazing experience. The shuttle was professional and safe. It was about a 35 min drive from Vail to Camp Hale. During this time of the year, you get all the colors nature has...More

Thank Adrianna A
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25 August 2017|
Response from KatieScarlett1970 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, we were their for a wedding. You might want to contact the Denver public library.
26 July 2017|
Response from Kay M | Reviewed this property |
usually it is in the 50s. It cools off quickly when the sun goes down and with no humidity.